It was a pearler, with a gloriously unexpected and 30 yard strike dipping into the corner.But given that the striker has the turning capacity of your average Miami liner, Saints skipper Kevin Rutkiewicz was left regretting his decision to drop off.Hearts were worth their lead, despite losing their way after a promising start which saw them working keeper Graeme Smith.Saints cheap jerseys, wayward with their passing and finding opponents or the first row of the stand, were obsessed with picking out Kenny Deuchar and trusting to luck.The visitors might have conceded a second before they recovered their composure after Nade’s opener, with Obua wasting a chance after another Rutkiewicz error.It was minutes before the break before route one almost saw Filipe Morais finish a Deuchar flick as the monsoon season swamped Auld Reekie.Manager Derek McInnes looked to the bench and Moon to engineer change and he wasted no time in making an impact, primarily on home defender Lee Wallace, with a late clatter which merited a caution.But before the hour mark Saints were level with a mirror image of Jason Scotland’s goal against Hibs in the League Cup semi final at the same venue.Moon and Danny Grainger found Morais wide left, he bemused the defender and made space to whip over a left foot cross from the corner flag.This time the Trinidad striker rising to head home was Samuel, steering a precision header inside the post.That was goal number seven for the club’s most prolific scorer, who came alive in that second period. On the other hand, Johansson, who had an ill fated spell at Hibs last term, later confessed he hadn’t scored in the SPL for precisely 10 years.But there was nothing wrong with his timing as he pounced yards from goal to stab home the winner, within 60 seconds of a bold substitution prompted by the controversial dismissal of Hearts defender Jose Goncalves for a 77th minute martial arts challenge on Liam Craig.Obua had his pocket picked by a persistent Dave Mackay trying to usher the ball for a goal kick. Jody Morris picked out Craig at the back post and Johansson did the needful when the ball squeezed into the six yard box.It was no more than Saints deserved, with Samuel whipping a shot wide, Morris denied by the keeper’s legs from a Craig cross and Craig himself failing to convert a similar opportunity from Mackay’s set up.Hearts: Balogh, Wallace, Goncalves, Palazuelos, Black (C.
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Get daily updates directly to your inbox SubscribeThank you for subscribing!The All Blacks were beaten by France in the semi finals of the 1999 World Cup and in the quarter finals four years ago, enhancing the view that New Zealand had become chokers on the biggest stage.They were anything but today. The All Blacks smelt blood from the moment Quade Cooper sent the kick off straight into touch and they killed off the Wallabies in ruthless fashion.Ma’a Nonu scored the only try of the game but Australia were barely in the contest, despite the All Blacks missing four penalty shots at goal.Had they all been converted, the final scoreline would not have been flattering.New Zealand dominated the scrum contest, they bossed the breakdown and they were too quick of thought and deed for the Wallabies.It was at Eden Park in 1987 that New Zealand won the inaugural World Cup with a victory over France.On the evidence of this weekend, with France scratching their way to a 9 8 victory over Wales yesterday, few would be against a repeat victory for the All Blacks and World Cup redemption.Aaron Cruden started at fly half today in the absence of both Dan Carter and Colin Slade, while the Wallabies were forced into a back line reshuffle after losing full back Kurtley Beale.The tone was set from the kick off, which Cooper sent straight into touch. The nerves spread through the Australian side and New Zealand pounced.Israel Dagg, with electric pace and even quicker feet, carved one opening and the more direct Nonu another as Australia fell off tackles like melted ice cream off a cone.New Zealand were playing at a rip roaring tempo and the Wallabies appeared shell shocked, unable to cope, and they received an early let off when Cruden just failed to pick out Cory Jane.But the All Blacks were not in a merciful mood.Dagg outfoxed Anthony Fainga’a, fended off Rocky Elsom and then sent Nonu over for the first try with an outrageous one handed off load.Weepu missed with a conversion and a penalty to ensure there was still life in the gold and green jerseys.David Pocock put in a phenomenal defensive performance but he was penalised twice in quick succession in his own 22 as the All Blacks flooded forward, this time with Cruden’s break past Digby Ioane, and Weepu finally found his range.Australia needed to gain a foothold or the game was going to run away from them, and it came after Ioane was released by James O’Connor.Ioane ran a wonderful angle, fended off Keven Mealamu and then cut inside and drove for the line with Dagg hanging off him.Jerome Kaino eventually halted Ioane’s charge but Richie McCaw was penalised for not releasing and O’Connor booted the Wallabies onto the scoreboard.Australia captain James Horwill had predicted Cooper, public enemy number one in New Zealand, would produce the best game of his career.